Members of Voice Play perform a segment in which they act and sing during a typical car trip. (Submitted Photo/Beaufort County Schools)

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Students hear from Voice Play

Published 7:30pm Saturday, October 20, 2012

On Monday, Oct. 15, students from Washington High School and P.S. Jones Middle School were treated to a free concert with Voice Play. Voice Play, formerly 42five, were in the area already for a Beaufort County Community Concert and put on the free concert for the students Monday morning. Voice Play is an a cappella group out of Orlando, Fla., currently on tour throughout the United States.
During the concert, they had question and answer times for the students to ask anything they wanted. Questions ranged from “how long have you all been together?” to “how do you use math while you are singing?”
During the discussion, the group talked with the students about starting a singing group but also the importance of a college degree and explained that while they are in a group, they still have other occupations when they are not performing.

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